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Shakespeare's Rose Theatre - Win a pair of tickets to see Romeo and Juliet or Macbeth, and a £50 voucher for The Ivy!

Competition Ends: 14/08/2018

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We're offering two lucky Culture Calling readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to a matinee performance of Romeo and Juliet (18 August) or Macbeth (20 August) at Shakespeare's Rose Theatre in York! AND, as part of your prize you'll win a £50 voucher for The Ivy St Helen's Square in York, so you can dine in style before or after the performance.

Step back in time to experience Shakespeare as it was in his day, in a stunning pop-up Elizabethan theatre in the historic city of York this summer. Situated beside the iconic York landmark of Clifford’s Tower, the 13-sided Shakespeare's Rose Theatre offers a thrilling and intimate theatrical experience with plenty of breath-taking, spine-tingling, heart-stopping moments as four of William Shakespeare’s most popular plays are performed during the 10-week Summer of Shakespeare, running until Sunday 2 September 2018.

Inspired by the famous London Rose Playhouse built in 1587 (12 years prior to The Globe), the Rose Theatre is the first pop up Shakespearean theatre in Europe. It sits within a Shakespearean village showcasing the best of Yorkshire’s food and drink, with free wagon performances and other forms of Elizabethan entertainment vying for attention.

Enter now to win tickets to a matinee of Romeo and Juliet (18 August) or Macbeth (20 August) at Shakespeare's Rose Theatre, York, AND a £50 voucher for The Ivy!

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5. Tickets are valid for the performance of Romeo and Juliet on 24 August 2018.

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